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New member of the board at FAB

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FAB Recycling has worked hard to build relationships with trade and fleet markets, including police forces up and down the country. Tim McCarthy has been instrumental in this success.
As part of the company’s growth plans within the emerging green parts market, FAB Recycling Ltd has added Tim McCarthy to its Board of Directors.

Tim has a wealth of experience and knowledge gained over many years in sales, key accounting and business development, his career path has taken him through many diverse business sectors. Tim has been appointed as Business Development Director responsible for steering the FAB group's green parts business’s to even greater and new exciting levels.
Tim McCarthy
Tim McCarthy joins the board of FAB Recycling.

FAB Recycling Ltd Managing Director, Jason Cross said: “Having joined the company only a few years ago as Business Development Manager, I have been fortunate enough to see at first hand the positive impact Tim has had on our business, both internally and externally. I am looking forward to working alongside Tim on a strategic level and continue to support him to achieve his own goals alongside that of our companies”.

Tim McCarthy added: “I am genuinely delighted that Jason and all my colleagues at FAB have shown confidence in my abilities; this position is without doubt the pinnacle of my career. These are exciting times for the development of “green” parts and their integration into the UK’s fleet and accident repair markets. I’m very pleased to be working alongside my colleagues supporting them in achieving all of our ambitions.”

FAB has been one of the shining lights over the past few years, promoting not only the use of green parts, but also the standards necessary to give confidence to their buyers. Here at atfProfessional, we are very impressed with the effort that has been made to give the customers the same level of satisfaction when buying green as they demand from buying new.

You can visit FAB’s website here for further information.

June 2016

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